We wish to thank the C-TEC community for your ongoing flexibility as we continue attending to the Coronavirus situation in Ohio. In conjunction with the Licking County Health Department LCHD , and various educational agencies we have developed plans for the full return of adult education staff and students. Below please find basic outlines for the procedures going forward. While the guidance and the implementation of the plan s is subject to change based on state and local developments, at this time, our plans are compliant for a safe return. If you have further questions please email lmassie c-tec.
Licking County offers multiple ways for adults to train for new work
Adult Day Center – Licking County Aging Program
Face and lip licking is most often offered by young puppies, but can carry on into adulthood. Face licking does have boundaries in the dog-to-dog world of interaction and socialization. Young puppies are offered a lot of behavior leniencies by their elders. Their wiggly, squirming, jumpy, face licking greetings are often allowed by older dogs. The adult dog stops, stands still and allows the pup to do his thing before moving on. As a pup matures from puppyhood to adolescence, however, dogs begin to teach the youthful dog more appropriate, calm, and less in-your-face behavior.
Dog Licking And What It Means
The primary mission of the Licking County Adult Court Services Department is to ensure public safety by supervising offenders placed on community control for felony offenses, as well as supervising people awaiting Court actions for criminal indictments. By providing effective correctional interventions to criminal offenders, the Licking County community is safer, as offenders become law-abiding citizens. The Licking County Adult Court Services Department ensures public safety through effective correctional interventions and utilizing innovative proven supervision methods.
Adult Protective Services APS is a system of social services for adults who are years-old or older, who may be victims of abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation. The adult must be living in the community. APS does not have jurisdiction in nursing homes or assisted living facilities.